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In Conversation: John Edwards, New Zealand’s Privacy Commissioner and Paul Canessa, Gibraltar Regulatory Authority

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Privacy issues around contract tracing and health apps have been very much at the forefront during this Pandemic. In this podcast, New Zealand’s Privacy Commissioner John Edwards speaks with Paul Canessa, CEO of the Gibraltar Regulatory Authority, about New Zealand’s approaches to contact tracing and guidance for protecting privacy issues during the Pandemic.

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John Edwards John Edwards Privacy Commissioner, New Zealand Paul Canessa Paul Canessa Former Chief Executive Officer, Gibraltar Regulatory Authority (GRA)
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